Health & Wellness

summer yard games

Make the most of the warm, sunshine-filled days and elevate your fun in the comfort of your own backyard. Start a socially distant lawn game tournament with others to make it competitive or simply enjoy a leisurely game with your friends and family.

The Schill family is ready to celebrate 2014.

For 13 years, the city of Woodbury has hosted a family-friendly New Year’s Eve Bash at Bielenberg Sports Center, allowing party-goers to celebrate midnight a few hours early.

Jillian Lampert at The Emily Program's new Woodbury location.

The Emily Program, a nationally recognized eating disorder treatment program, has come to Woodbury. And when more children and adolescents in the United States live with eating disorders than diabetes, the availability of effective treatment is essential.

People are inspired by great works of art. Even bad works of art can inspire, in a different way. Take, for example, the Hollywood action film Kent Johnson saw about 15 years ago. He doesn't remember the name of the film, but it was a memorable experience for other reasons.

Fifteen years ago, Nena Tinoco traveled from Venezuela to the United States in search of a better life. Today, Nena’s Design creates dresses for all occasions and offers alteration services.

When Judy Lauber mentioned to her husband that she wanted to start her own cleaning business, he cautioned: “You’ll have nothing but complaints.” Now, 25 years later, Upstairs/Downstairs Custom Cleaning Service cleans dozens of Woodbury homes and small businesses.

For those missing the holiday essential baker gene, Woodbury’s mom and pop bakery offers a homey and comforting solution.

Cole Bruesehoff

Four years ago, seventh-grader Cole Bruesehoff set out to be a two-sport athlete in soccer and alpine skiing. He was working out harder than he ever had before and the results were unlike what is supposed to be seen.

Woodbury mom Sara Gruett took the phrase “mother knows best” and applied it to fill a void in the market.

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